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Judgement reserved in Jamie Bryson's flag protest court appeal

Judgement reserved in Jamie Bryson's flag protest court appeal

Northern Ireland news
HIGH-PROFILE flag protester Jamie Bryson faced an unjustifiable burden to prove he was unaware a series of demonstrations broke the law, the Court of Appeal has heard.
Man convicted over online threat to loyalist Jamie Bryson    Jamie Bryson says he no longer supports flag protests    Jamie Bryson calls for march ban to be overturned    Man fined over online threats to kill Jamie Bryson    Calls for Jamie Bryson band to be barred from march